Online auctions with re-usable goods

@inproceedings{Hajiaghayi2005OnlineAW,
  title={Online auctions with re-usable goods},
  author={Mohammad Taghi Hajiaghayi and Robert D. Kleinberg and Mohammad Mahdian and David C. Parkes},
  booktitle={EC},
  year={2005}
}
This paper concerns the design of mechanisms for online scheduling in which agents bid for access to a re-usable resource such as processor time or wireless network access. Each agent is assumed to arrive and depart dynamically, and in the basic model require the resource for one unit of time. We seek mechanisms that are truthful in the sense that truthful revelation of arrival, departure and value information is a dominant strategy, and that are online in the sense that they make allocation… CONTINUE READING
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